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This is the first match that Sweden and Spain are going to be playing against each other since their Euro 2020 encounter. Spain is the obvious favorite for most of the bookmakers but we don't think it is going to be as straightforward for it as everyone expects it to be. Defending is a major concern for Spain and its record away from home has not been very good. Spain has also found it difficult to score goals in recent times and so there is a good chance to find some value in this match.
Match prediction and football betting tips for Sweden vs Spain, FIFA World Cup Qualifying match 2021. The match is going to be p[laid at the Friends Arena, Stockholm, Sweden on the 2nd of September 2021.
We think this match is going to be a tough draw that may well end up being goalless. The fixture is not going to be very pretty or attractive but will certainly be exciting. Spain has struggled to score goals in its recent matches and Sweden is a tough defensive team that will fight every inch. We think the Swedes may have enough to be able to fend off the Spanish attack but not enough to be able to counter and get a win.
Spain has drawn six out of its previous eight matches. Also, the previous two matches between Sweden and Spain have ended in Draws.
Bet on a Draw in this match.
As we mentioned earlier, we expect this to be a scrappy contest and where goals are going to be hard to come by. We also like this bet because it hedges your beta little. Even if there is an odd goal, the total number of goals is unlikely to be over 3. Spain is usually an excellent attacking team but its recent form suggests that goal scoring has been tough and so we could easily see at least one (if not both) teams remain scoreless.